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Moody's: Japan Bank for International Cooperation issues US$3B of bonds

Japan Bank forInternational Cooperation issued US$3 billion of fixed-rate, seniorunsecured bonds, Moody's Japan K.K. said July 14.

The bank issued US$1.5 billion of bonds due 2021 and US$1.5billion bonds due 2026. The bonds are guaranteed by the governmentof Japan.